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SSBN Alexander Nevsky To Launch Bulava No Sooner Than Summer 2012

SSBN Alexander Nevsky To Launch Bulava No Sooner Than Summer 2012 26.10.2011
Text: Vzglyad
Illustration: SLBM Bulava. militaryrussia.ru
Submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) Bulava will be launched from the fourth-generation SSBN Alexander Nevsky no sooner than in summer 2012, reported military industrial committee at Russian Government.

"As is planned, after completion of sea trials and several successful Bulava launches SSBN Alexander Nevsky would be commissioned into Russian Navy late in 2012", reports ITAR-TASS citing the spokesman for defense industry.

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